Greenwich Odeon

Cinemas, Multiplex Greenwich Peninsula
  • 2 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
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Venue name: Greenwich Odeon
Contact:
Address: Bugsby's Way
Greenwich
SE10 OQJ
Transport: Tube: North Greenwich; Rail: WEstcombe Park
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Chris
Tastemaker

Far beyond actual Greenwich in the deadlands near the O2 you'll find this standard multiplex on a grey retail park. A bit funny smelling, but there are big screens with lots of legroom. Fine if you're given a freebie or a ticket offer, but the Greenwich Picturehouse is so much nicer for about the same price.

VieveW
Tastemaker

The Greenwich Odeon isn't what it used to be. Whilst it has the same (large) no. of screens and snacks available to purchase, the cinema has become slightly rundown and poorly kept. The staff are very young and service isn't what it used to be. The Ben and Jerry's stall has a number of tiny fruit flies flying around relentlessly and this seems to go unnoticed. The staff are too busy chatting to offer satisfactory service and the overall experience isn't as good. However, the screens are nice and spacious and there are plenty of seats. So if you want a cinema with more room and choice of screenings, it's still the place to go.